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|5.5" 14cm||9.25" 23.5cm||0.45oz 13g||Parulidae||Setophaga coronata auduboni|
Distribution: The Audubon's Yellow-rumped Warbler is a sub-species or race of the Myrtle Yellow-rumped Warbler. There was a time when these two races were considered to be two different bird species. This is a hardy warbler and less likely to migrate over long distances, such as other warblers. It is seen annually from the northwestern areas of British Columbia, southward to the southern tip of California and on to the California Baja. All along the border states to eastern Texas, north through the central US states, into the western boundaries of Manitoba and through Saskatchewan.